Advanced Materials for Technical and Medical Purpose

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Authors: Yulia Petelina, Svetlana Kolupaeva, Anna Kayuda, Anna Shmidt, Olesya Vorobyeva, Aleksander Petelin
Abstract: The study of the role of various factors in plastic behavior of materials is carried out using a mathematical model that takes into account fundamental properties of deformation defects in a crystal lattice based on the continuum theory of dislocations. Calculations were performed for copper, nickel, aluminum, and lead using a specialized software system Dislocation Dynamics of Crystallographic Slip. It has been shown that a decrease in the density of dislocations from 1012 m-2 to 1011 m-2 leads to an increase in the dislocation path in 10−16 times, and the maximum velocity in 1.5−2 times in copper and nickel, by nearly 20% in aluminum, and practically remains unchanged in lead. A decrease in the lattice and impurity friction from 2 MPa to 0.1 MPa leads to a linear increase in the path and the maximum velocity of the dislocation by 10−25%.

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